1. You’re a veteran in the league now with an illustrious career in some of the best cities. Which has been the most stylish from your point of view?
I feel like when you speak about fashion you have to bring up New York. Everyone there has their own style.
2. You’ve seen the rise of the league “tunnel fit” since you were drafted in 2006. What has been the most glaring difference in how guys get ready for the game, fashion wise?
I’d say in 2006 guys weren’t wearing High Fashion. Now the tunnel is full of it. People are more aware of more fashionable brands.
3. Which one of your teammates has had the most overall style?
Patty Mills, because he’s very creative.
4. You’ve been a staple on the fashion scene for a while visiting NYFW and Paris Fashion Week. Do you have any interest in getting into the industry or just admire the overall art and business of It?
I’ve worked around fashion a couple times with my kids line, also merch but I love Fashion Week, I love the creativity, and I love how people express themselves through their clothes.
5. What is your favorite game day type fit?
It depends on the city but whatever it is, I have to be comfortable in it.
6. How do you go about deciding what to wear on game day when you’re at home versus away?
At home I can take more risks because I could take it off quicker. When you’re on the road, whatever it is, you have to wear it on the plane, the bus or wherever.
7. If you could design one piece of apparel or footwear what would be your dream piece to design and why?
I would design upscale streetwear for tall people. I hate to see tall people squeeze into small clothes. I hate that.